Let’s face it, there are a million cookbooks out there and more and more everyday. Everyone has their own ideas and style of cooking , therefore they are going to be attracted to different types of cookbooks.
I love to cook and create new recipes, but I also love reading other author’s cookbooks and trying recipes and even posting reviews of their cookbooks. As a mother of two young boys I am constantly trying to expand their taste buds (you will occasionally hear an adventure or two about that) and cookbooks help me find new ideas and inspirations for myself and my family.
The majority of my recipes that I post are gluten free, dairy free (cows milk) whole food recipes, because we have food allergies in our family. The primary issues are wheat, dairy, refined sugar, but my boys also have bananas, potatoes, walnuts, food dyes, tomatoes, and a few more. So it can be challenging to fit those food sensitivities in with my husbands low carb diet (yikes!) Fortunately, we can handle butter and small amounts of sheep cheese 🙂
So when you see a cookbook review, a favorite cookbook of mine, or a recipe I always work to point out if something is outside my cooking style of cooking gluten free, diary free (cows milk), with whole foods. When I am posting recipes, you will occasionally see wheat or dairy, since my husband can eat those foods – but I will label it. Majority of recipes I create can substitute wheat or dairy with a gluten free flour, or vegan cheese of your choice.